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valor in afghanistan. he saved the lives of this company when he tossed a live grenade back and away from his injured comrades. that heroic act cost him his right hand. second surviving recipient among the group. >> some hopeful signs in the housing market. june home sales in the baltimore and surrounding areas were at their highest level in four years. nearly 2600 homes were under contract last month. despite the encouraging numbers, analysts are reluctant to say the market is turning around. if you subscribe to netflix, they're ready to pay more. is the unlimited streaming plan -- gone is the unlimited streaming plan. the changes kick in september 1 for the 23 million members. taking facebook by storm. jane king has more in the bloomberg business report. ch attack. hat atta booz allen hamilton this time. the activist group has told tens of thousands of encrypted military passwords. booz allen executive warned congress last year that if a cyber were broken, the u.s. would lose. more european debt issues weighing on stocks and that put a damper on things. the bloomberg maryland index
would go dark. paychecks for troops in afghanistan and iraq and other bases would stop. >> republicans plan to move forward with a plan to cut, cap, and balance the budget. >> this legislation is the kind of thing washington needs right now. it may be the only option if you want to see the debt ceiling raised at all. >> the bill is unlikely to pass the senate. the president will probably veto it anyway. john boehner called the veto threat unfortunate. he said if we're going to raise the debt ceiling, the white house must be willing to demonstrate more courage then we have seen. both sides are posturing. there is optimism. president obama continued negotiating with republican leaders. >> any progress? >> this comes as senate leaders are crafting a fallback measure to increase the nation's credit limit. a plan both houses of congress are said to consider promising. harry reid said the senate will meet every day including weekends until the debt issue is resolved. live in washington, this is kate amara reporting. >> 6:09. 77 degrees on tv hill. johns hopkins hospital once again the top fo
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